Since the White House issued a call to action to state legislators asking them to reign in the use of non-compete agreements in 2016, 16 states proceeded to amend their non-compete statutes to add additional protections for employees
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Texas Companies Should Update Non-Compete Agreements with California Employees in Light of a New Statute
Any Texas companies that have employees who primarily work and reside in California, should update their non-compete agreements with such employees to meet the requirements of the California Labor Code Section 925.
2017 Welcomes Changes in Non-Compete Laws
This year, California, Illinois and Nevada amended their non-compete statutes to help protect employees’ right to change employers. Idaho, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, and Washington considered various amendments, but were unsuccessful in signing them into law, which means they will probably try again in 2018.
Texas Non-Competes Soon Will Be Unenforceable in California
With so many companies moving their headquarters from California to Texas in the recent years, non-compete disputes involving employees and employers who have ties to both